Airbus said German carrier Condor has taken delivery of the first of an order of 16 A330-900 widebody aircraft. The first such jet, an A330neo, will help cut Condor’s costs, fuel use and C02 emissions, Airbus said. The latest delivery came after Condor in July opted for Airbus’s A320neo range to update its single-aisle fleet. While recently conceding it would struggle to meet its annual production targets for 2022, Airbus said on December 20 that by the end of November, it had received “over 1,700 firm orders” for A330s, of which 275 are A330neos from 24 customers.
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